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The World Today: Top Insights from The Associated Press

Sunday, November 22, 2020

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THE LAST

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Chile will reopen its air border and main airport

Protests on the rise in Germany against antivirus measures

Nebraska: restaurant attack kills two

Police beat, arrest protesters in Belarus

Trump criticizes Paris agreement at virtual G20 summit

Turkey says it considers itself part of Europe

Tensions between defense minister and prime minister of Israel worsen

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FRONT PAGE

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AMN-GEN TRUMP-PARIS AGREEMENT

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump is critical of the Paris Climate Agreement, telling world leaders at a virtual Group of 20 summit that the pact was designed to cripple the US economy, not to save the planet. By Deb Riechmann and Aya Batrawy. 300 words. AP photo. SENT

AMN-POL TRUMP-DEMANDAS

PHILADELPHIA – Frantically searching for ways to salvage President Donald Trump’s reelection bid, his campaign followed a fast-paced legal game in six states that focused on the jackpot: Pennsylvania. The strategy may have worked well on television and radio shows. But it has proven to be a disaster in the courts, where judges have rejected his claims of voter fraud and deemed the campaign’s legal work to have been amateurish. By Maryclaire Dale. AP photo. SENT

With:

—EUR-GEN RUSSIA US ELECTIONS: Putin still does not congratulate Biden

MOR-GEN USA-MIDDLE EAST

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defends his tour of the Persian Gulf states and the continued efforts by the Donald Trump administration to pressure Iran. By Aya Batrawy. 280 words. AP photos. SENT

EUR-GEN CORONAVIRUS-SPAIN

MADRID – An old and iconic Madrid flea market reopens after a controversial eight-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 200 words. AP photo. SENT

With:

—ASI-GEN CORONAVIRUS-SURCOREA: South Korea tightens antivirus restrictions in the capital

—ASI-GENE CORONAVIRUS-CHINA: China reports three cases of local transmission of coronavirus

—AMS-GEN CORONAVIRUS CHILE BORDERS: Chile will reopen its air border and main airport

—EUR-GEN CORONAVIRUS-GERMANY: Protests increase in Germany against anti-virus measures.

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UNITED STATES

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AMN-GEN NEBRASKA-SHOOTING

BELLEVUE, Nebraska – Authorities arrest a 23-year-old man after an attack at a Nebraska fast food restaurant in which two people were shot dead and two more injured. 230 words. AP photo. SENT

AMN-GEN US NEW GOVERNMENT

WILMINGTON, Del. – President-elect Joe Biden’s first cabinet appointments will be released Tuesday and changes to the swearing-in ceremony are being planned in January due to the pandemic, as the Democrat’s team moves forward despite obstacles from the Donald Trump administration. By Alexandra Jaffe. 350 words. AP photo. SENT

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WORLD

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EUR-GEN PAPA FRANCISCO

VATICAN CITY – With no foreign travel this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pope Francis applauds efforts for a gathering of young Catholics traditionally attended by pontiffs, which will be in Portugal in 2023. 200 words. AP photo. SENT

EUR-GEN BELARUS PROTESTS

KIEV, Ukraine – Police in Belarus beat up numerous protesters and detained 140 of them amid protests demanding the resignation of the country’s authoritarian leader, activists denounce. 250 words. AP photo. SENT

MOR-POL ISRAEL POLITICA

JERUSALEM – Israel’s defense minister appointed a commission to investigate the government’s purchase of German submarines several years ago, which could further exacerbate its bad relations with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. 250 words. AP photo. SENT

EUR-GEN TURKEY EU

ANKARA – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declares that his country is considered part of Europe, but called on the European Union to “keep its promises” in terms of accepting Turkey as a member and accepting refugees. By Andrew Wilks. 300 words. AP photo. SENT

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SPORTS

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DEP-TEN MASTERS CUP

LONDON – Dominic Thiem faces Daniil Medvedev in the duel for the ATP Masters Cup title. One of them will be proclaimed champion for the first time in the end of season tournament. 400 words. AP Photos. Editors: match starts at 1700 GMT.

DEP-FUT ESPAÑA-LIGA

MADRID – Real Sociedad seek to regain the leadership of La Liga de España by visiting the recently promoted Cádiz. By Tales Azzoni. 400 words. AP Photo. Editors: in development.

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